Sinus Creator 2.0 by The Gang [web]
screenshot added by p01 on 2004-12-02 13:24:44
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release date : september 2004
release party : Hype 2004
compo : wild demo
ranked : 2nd
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popularity : 62%
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alltime top: #13665
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added on the 2004-12-02 13:35:45 by Optimus Optimus
Nice tool, but what exactly is it good for?
added on the 2004-12-02 14:16:51 by Preacher Preacher
computers without fpu i guess.
added on the 2004-12-02 14:18:41 by hitchhikr hitchhikr
It can be used to precalculate some simple sinus tables, or plasma/sprite/distortion/... waves.

The different types of output makes it even handier.
added on the 2004-12-02 14:23:08 by p01 p01
too bad its 8 years to late
added on the 2004-12-02 14:24:22 by quisten quisten
how handy!
rulez added on the 2004-12-02 14:25:38 by Gargaj Gargaj
Their websites clearly mention the C64, Vic20 and Amiga.

Thumb up 'coz it can be really usefull when coding for oldschool platforms.
rulez added on the 2004-12-02 14:25:44 by p01 p01
I thought exporting the table to such platforms would take more effort than writing a simple basic program to do the calculation, but perhaps I'm wrong.. or perhaps they code on emulators nowadays? Anyway, it's really nice for what it does.
added on the 2004-12-02 14:40:29 by Preacher Preacher
Hmm,. funny to see a simple tool for such an occasion. Perhaps it can be handy for CPC coding (and only with a crossassembler), though till now I had stored just a regular sine curve with 256 values and wrote my own subroutines to generae sines with diferrent amplitude/frequency and combined/added ones, from the base one. And for me it would be nicer if it was not just dc.b but also db, dw (for 16bit values), byte. and more..
added on the 2004-12-02 20:25:08 by Optimus Optimus
so it supports both sine and cosine... impressive?!
added on the 2004-12-03 12:59:01 by jmagic jmagic
Actually quite funny.
For anything with a MUL-instruction (eg amiga) - check: http://membres.lycos.fr/amycoders/tutorials/sintables.html
added on the 2004-12-03 13:14:55 by Spin Spin
Editor for Sinus waves, made for creating sinustables for the C64.
A bit overkill, no?
added on the 2004-12-05 05:27:45 by s_tec s_tec
added on the 2005-12-04 11:09:43 by wie8 wie8
quite nice for the lazy people.
rulez added on the 2009-09-02 15:12:10 by v3nom v3nom

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